Easy Party Recipes for the Big Game


Are you planning a party or attending a party for the Big Game? Either way, take a look at these ten super easy recipes that all have 15 minutes or less of hands-on time!

Pigs in a Blanket

These quick and easy hot dogs inside crescent rolls are sure to be a hit with a large crowd.

Crockpot Meatballs

This delicious recipe only calls for 3 ingredients (frozen meatballs, grape jelly, and BBQ sauce). Throw everything in the crockpot and forget about it!

Buffalo Chicken Dip

This spicy dip is also made in the crockpot. Tone down the hot sauce if you don’t want it as spicy. Serve with your favorite tortilla chips.

Pretzels and Queso

Buy some frozen pretzels and a jar of queso. Follow instructions on the box for the pretzels then heat up the queso and serve with the pretzels. Easiest appetizer ever!

Japapeño Popper Football Cheese Ball

Bacon, jalapeños and lots of cheese make this appetizer delicious. Serve with an assortment of pretzels and crackers.

Broiled Shrimp Vermouth

Try this Asian-inspired recipe for something different!

Loaded Potato Bites

These savory potato bites look like they take all day to make, but they are a quick recipe that takes more time to bake than to prepare!

Bacon Cheddar Jalapeño Pinwheels

Here’s another recipe using bacon, cheese, and jalapeños. These have a different taste, thanks to the flaky crescent rolls.

Football Ice Cream Sandwiches

These adorable ice cream sandwiches will cure everyone’s sweet tooth. Leave out the popsicle sticks to save even more time!

Rice Krispie Treat Footballs

Football shaped rice krispie treats are fun to make and fun to eat.  Cut these even smaller for the perfect, bite-sized dessert!

What is your go-to, easy Super Bowl party recipe?


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